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) Guitar King: Michael Bloomfield's Life in the Blues [R.A.R]

) Guitar King: Michael

Bloomfield's Life in

the Blues [R.A.R]

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'Encyclopedic…packed with enough info to make a blues nerd giddy with joy…[a] rich, resonant,

detailed account…this book draws you in the way a novel does, one by Dostoyevsky, say, in

which the hero is part genius, part stumblebum, a flawed artist making his way half-aware through

a world of joys and pitfalls—someone very much like most of us, in other words, if a lot more

talented and a little more careless.' (Wall Street Journal 2019-10-18)'A compelling narrative of a

young blues fanatic whose problems with drugs and mental instability predated his fame...Those

with a passion for the music will enjoy revisiting a time when Bloomfield's influence exceeded even

Stevie Ray Vaughn's.' (Kirkus 2019-06-24)'This monumental book illuminates the legacy of a

musician who has been overshadowed by other Sixties luminaries but who helped bring the

vernacular of the blues to rock and whose playing influenced the course of rock and roll.' (Library

Journal, Starred Review 2019-07-31)'Dann makes a persuasive case for how this white kid from

Glencoe, Illinois, played a central role in introducing white audiences to urban blues.' (Booklist

2019-08-09)'[A] monumental examination.' (Music Connection 2019-10-04)'Bringing Bloomfield's

worlds alive, with sections drawn from his meticulous (you can feel this is more than thorough)

research…the author deserves a medal for this work.' (Blues Matters 2019-10-14)'Exhaustive and

engaging.' (Largehearted Boy 2019-10-19)'Guitar King is voluminous in size—as befits a man

whose contribution to modern music is greater than history has ever acknowledged. Drawing from

his deep research and numerous interviews, it is clear that Dann put tremendous effort into this

book. It is a biography that puts Bloomfield back into his rightful place on the roster of rock and

blues greats. The result is a tremendous and magnificent work.' (CounterPunch 2019-11-01)'In this

exhaustive, detailed doorstopper of a tome, Dann...explores seemingly every nook and cranny of

[Bloomfield's] music…with Guitar King, the spotlight is absolutely on the subject, a wealthy,

Jewish kid who just wanted to play the blues.' (Houston Press 2019-10-

23)'Breathtaking…Monumental and massive, Guitar King gives its subject a suitably epic feel,

even as it moves at a brisk pace through the peaks and valleys of Bloomfield's life.' (Chairman

Ralph 2019-11-02) 'An important and compelling book about an important and compelling artist.

Bloomfieldâ€s peers—Hendrix, Clapton, Joplin, the Rolling Stones, and of course

Dylan—have had their lives chronicled in exhaustive detail, and this biography is long overdue.

Dann's research is excellent, and the writing strong and engaging, tracing Bloomfield's journey and

telling his story with skill and understanding.' (Elijah Wald, author of Escaping the Delta and Dylan

Goes Electric!)'David Dann has restored bluesman Michael Bloomfieldâ€s premier place in the


pantheon as the very first American rock guitar god. The author bring

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